|HGFA Competition Mailing List|
This mail list has been established for the HGFA competition committee.
This is an unofficial mail listThe HGFA declare that they hold no responsibility for its operation or its contents. It is for the use of pilots interested in Australian HGFA competitions to be aware of current competition issues and to discuss changes quickly.
MembershipThis mail list is open to anyone who subscribes including pilots from overseas. Its membership is currently unrestricted and the messages are not moderated.
TopicsAt times there will be a large number of messages as members discuss competition issues. But we hope you will keep the messages to a minimum by restricting the type of messages to the following.
The following topics are welcome:
Topics excluded from this listThe following topics are NOT to be discussed on this list. The reason for excluding these topics is to provide a forum targeting a narrow selection of issues without filling members mail with items they are not interested in.
To join the list called 'hgfacompetitions'
All commands MUST appear in the subject line and be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
To JOIN or SUBSCRIBE:To add your address to the list or to add a specific address to the list, send a message to email@example.com, with "subscribe hgfacompetitions, firstname.lastname@example.org" in the subject line.
To LEAVE or UNSUBSCRIBE:To remove your address or remove a specific address from the list, send a message to email@example.com, with "unsubscribe hgfacompetitions, firstname.lastname@example.org" in the subject line.
Of course substitute your email address for the "email@example.com" :-)
Other commands are:LISTS - Returns a list of all the public mailing lists maintained on the site
WHICH - returns the lists which you are already subscribed to
Contributing to the mailing listCompose your e-mail message as if you would send it to a friend. Do not use attached files such as pictures, zip or doc files etc. This enables everyone with any type of computer to read the message.
Address the message to
Replying to messages from the mailing listDifferent mail programs display and reply to different addresses from the header so simply replying to the message will currently address the reply to the entire mailing list.
The header from the original message may appear to be from the individual rather than the mailing list. You can possibly change your view of the header in your mail program to display the full header with more details.
By replying "to all" it is possible to read the header your mail program has created and help determine if the message was directly from the individual, or the list.
Or simply include the address:
Another problem is that your mail program may sort your messages by time setting on the computer that the message was sent from. If their clock was wrong then the message may appear out of order.
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